COVID-19 Update: We are committed to providing eye care in a safe environment for our patients and staff during these challenging times.

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Mid Atlantic Retina wants to provide you the highest level of care

It is very important that we receive all of the information requested as this will allow us to properly communicate with your referring doctor and primary care doctor. Please keep us updated on your insurance information as well so that our billing department can successfully complete all the insurance billing and precertification procedures in a timely fashion.

Please bring the following with you on the day of your appointment:

  • The completed registration forms
  • A list of all medications and eye drops that you are currently taking
  • If you wear glasses or contact lenses, please wear glasses whenever possible. If you choose to wear contact lenses please bring your own case and solution.
  • Your current insurance cards
  • Co-pays for specialists as noted on your insurance card
  • Referrals from your primary care physician if your insurance requires a referral to see a specialist. (NOTE: Without a proper referral, payment will be due at the time of the office visit.)
  • A valid picture identification card

About your office visit:

  • Your eyes will be dilated for the examination.
  • You will need someone to drive you.
  • Your visit may last between 1 and 3 hours depending on the type of evaluation.
  • Diabetic patients are asked to bring a snack in case the appointment runs into their lunch or dinner time.

Print out the forms below prior to your appointment:

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